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Is nátrium-karbonátok vegan?

Nátrium-karbonátok is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is nátrium-karbonátok?

Nátrium-karbonátok, also known as sodium carbonate, is a versatile food ingredient commonly used as a raising agent and acidity regulator in various baked goods, such as cakes, bread, and biscuits. It is a white, odorless powder with a strong alkaline taste and is highly soluble in water. Nátrium-karbonátok is also used as a food additive to improve texture, enhance flavor, and act as a stabilizer in dairy products, beverages, and processed meats. Its natural occurrence in some mineral springs makes it an ideal source of sodium and carbonate ions for various industrial applications, including glass, detergents, and paper production.

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